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Office over the National Exchange Bank
5 j; ATTORNEYS.'
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i ATTORNEYS AT LAW"'..' 1
Office, lio. 68 teonth. High street. Am bos Baild
ing. ' ; i . .
JA1TIF.N G." BULL)
ATT0BSE1C-AX-LAW A MAYOR,
.. , Ma; if 'Office '
TjiDWABD T. Del. AN W . . ,' .
Hi ATTORiN E V-AT-I. A W h Kotary Poblia. j
v Offiee in Parson's Building.
ATTOKiSK l -A I'-LAW A KoUry Public, ;
' - Office 1M Sooth His street. !
AUCTION AND- COMMISSION
Auetioneer and Dealer in Real Estate House
hold Uoods, Clothing and Notii ns, ,
Ko. T V eat Broad street.
. ItOKGE UlsIEK,
VT Barber and Hair Dresser. Hot and Coi
Baths. Basement Poscoffioe B ildioi.
, BOOK BINDERS.
J Book Binders Blank. Book Mannfaotnren.
Printers and Publishers.
1 ' Opera RniHlng.
BOOTS & SHOES.
TIT T. W1L.EIAIMS V CO.,
' 1X1 ainl, Uiftl, iln.1 I n im.bW.i1 .
aiesant assortment. He styles, low prices. Auc
Di aies, pitas call. .
the noted house for rood Boots and Shoes
at low prices. JJiew auios jutroceivea.
ititi South Hieh street.
ROHItiON V CO ,
Dealers in Pittsburgh and Ohio Coal. A lso,
Coke, Drain Tile and Stone Sewer Pipe,
.si . : ! v No. 361 OIth HiKh street.
-by. TT , FITCH it hOX,
W 1 1 1 : ..; L' J." 1 n I f
. p m vi'uiuiueiuu, Kuinuius.uu i iuiiuiudhi'
chants, dealers in Orain, Flour, no., 87 W. Broad
T . jt. sAVlf UKn & CO.,
r XV Ma
- Manufacturers and Healers in French. Ger
- r tuanano; American versets. - Also, Huop skirts.
. i.. .. 181 Oppra House.
illTM, ft ELXOKf
;..'. Wholesale ami Retail Dealer in China,
'"' Queei.sware, GUoS, Piated Uoods, Lampsand Lamp
rixtures. ' . ; . . a or ji liigti street.
,. i s .. ' . t-t Ar ,
V ' Importer aDd Wholesale and Retail Dea'ei
' in Crockery, China, Ulans, Cutlery. Plated Goods,
Coal Oil Lamps, &o.
259 South High street.
AUNEH. ilt EM.Ulnttfctt,
1 N o. lb East Broad street.
We aim to be tho be..
1 W-lisjwm, DENTIST. The be.-t styles
' VJTe . of Dentistry,, including Dune's Improve
l. 1 I U . . 1 .11 .. iA I ii 1 1 I J 1 i.
, jDmorBi riiv uuiDd, u auu isje.a oiuva.
'.- j r EHtOtALilf Ac CO.,
Dealers in Dry Goods. Notions. Carpets. Oi
Cloths. Alattinss. shades. Hats. CaDS aud n'nrs.
corner Hign and Priena streets.
JD, OSBUKN A. i O ,
. ' ' 142 South Hie-h street.
', ' Carpet Mattinirs, Oil CI otoa.Cur tains, Sta le an4
r.'.m-M aney A.ty uoas, r
-A'. Sew. H.t'AI.
La' Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in. otaDle and
I,,. fancy Air ttooa, ana stanuisaturers ot Auies
Cloaks. la3 S. Hign S'reeu
Ii. K rnm Ac 5n . Aiuh HnjLlers in I Irv GikOilfl and
j Xoti ns, leo ooutn tourta street. ...
Ti'll'S NAlltiH SON,
Wholesale and Retail D.aler in Drv Goods.
:!.:u lSaoibton Building. -ISoa. 118 and 12s! South HigL
ad y street. ;
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XV. Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
uents-1 urnisning Uoods. Do. 6 .Neil House.
llLCMHlsr, tiltAK fcUI.,
VJT Dealers in Staple and Fanor Dry Goods.
' Pip, ao nouth high street- 5.
" ' ia.e'-Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Cloths,
DESPOT UKUei slTOiAE. ; .
. , JOHN 8. iV tSE KTS, .
Lrugiist and Apothecary. '
iS4 North High street.
AttrLe dc Kirso.it
WHOLESALE KEIA1L UKCUU1STS.
loo South High ot.. Columbus, u.
1tAtJt. KHI CK Sr. i.lt . .
-AJ Wholesale and Retail Druggists, and Dealers
si xiujiriouiry aieuicines.
i U North High street,
j jAV Designers. Engravers and Publishers.. Nota-
.... Kiai sum uuior buois eugravea to order.
vl i"" ooutn riisjn street.
COECnBUft CAHINEI CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in furniture. Chairs, Maltrasaes, etc.
. . No. 301 Son lb High St. (upera House).
slanutacturers of first class Furniture. Whole
sale and Retail W areroouis, 6. 7 and 8 Gwynne
; r HOUSE. FURNISHING. :
1,1 "' U.AUinMltOltlft VO, '
jlfr Dealer- in ManUes. Stoves and House Fur
nishing Goods. AUo, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
Ware. . 17 East Tew treet.
A KEN 8 dc srilAtaT, ; -' '" :
House Furnishing Gotds. Mantles. Grates,
CoDper. Tin and Sueet Iron, Stoves aud Alantles.
. .. . 308 Soma Hi h street.
Dealers in Hardware, House k urmshtng Goods,
-'(( Marble and Slate ManUes, Grates, Suyes. Hot Air
- J. , "urBaoes.Ao. 80 North High street.
' HOOP SKIRTS.
5 :" TA JSjt'urer and Wbolersle Dealer in Hoop
' f- KkTrts and Corsets . A lso, dealer in Berlin Zepher
t , Tad tana Goods, 103 BeuU Uigu street. , 4 ?
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
Dealer i a Musical Merchandise. Bool s. Sta
tionery and Fenoy Goods generally, spueial Agent
fur the celebrated Elias Howe Gold Medal Sewing'
No. 6 South High street.
HATS & CAPS.
Uks. in. in. L4B1',
' ' (Successor to K. Lanf.) Dealer in Hats, Caps,
Fur.- and Straw tioods 2M) Sontb Hign street.
(Sign Golden Hut.)
A'f lOXAL HOTUt
J. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
vomer nigh and 1 own streets.
E. J. BLOUN r. Proprietor
ZtTTLF.K HOUM -Corner
Konrtta A FriSnd sts. ' Commodious
house and extensive stables.
L. A. BOWERS, rro-netor.
z40 Kouth High street. Good stabling attach
ed to premises. .
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GEN LRAL AGENTS Security Life lnsuranee
Compiny, r. - Nu. 6 Upeca. House. ,
TTOIIIE IKSUKANCE COM PA". V OF
aX Columbus. O. apital and Assets, H6U.M4.27.
W. C M. BAE.EK, Seo'y.
umce, ios. eat 1 upera uonse
Wholesale and Retail M llinery Goods.
li S. Hish street. Opera House block.
ic. a. nowmaiG,
31 Deiler in Millinery. -Straw Goods and Trim
mings. No-67 North High street.
Dealer in Millinery, Hress and Cloak Trim-
mincs nd Fancy Goods. 130 South H'tb street.
SCH AH! AIlNe & . OHLLEBEK,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
........ U0.99D ortn niga street.
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur-.
nishing Goods. Also aent for the Dia mon i shirts..
i ouiiia ii.;u streei. j
THE OHIO MERCHANT TalLOKINQ
i. CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High st. Gents
suits made to order. KVady-made Clothing al
ways on band.
JOHN tl. KICKEiBACHEK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Uents' f nrnisbing uoods. ,
ho. oi riortn nin street.
JOHN Ml iM'KR,
MERCHANT TAILOR. S20 South Hieh st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantl on hand.
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South High street. nex door to Postothce.
nilCO. llaAl. tlANM,
AJ News Dealer. Bookseller. Stationer and Kind
er. Publications in butu German and Eng ish.
231 Motntli(tistra t. :
ANDREWS. fEKKY As CO.,
Mannfaaturers and Dealers in Writinz. Print
ing and Wrappioe Papers. 834 85 North High st. ;
Nr VliMit ck. ItllEUS.
. Dealers in Printing, Boo!, Writing and Fine
Papers SB, 38 40 N on u High street.
ALIIlVl Arvs t-; vi-: !.,
81 Sourh Hih street.
PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style aDd sise.
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., eto.
no. tm noutn nign street.
M. DOWNS M.
Jm No. 3 Ooera House. Treats Disea esof the
Etc. Ear. Heart. Tbruatani 1aUUT3. AUu. Ui-jesise8
of VVoiuen and Oliildren.
JF. tl-tttttlS k CO.,
. Wholesale and RetAil dealers for Litrhte &
Co.'s and Haines Jk Bi-o.'s Piai.os. Also, Organs,
Meioaeons ana otuer musical instruments.
, ..... 3C North tliga treet.
e Aent f ir Chickerins's and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Aletodoons and Sheet iiut-ic.
31 South High street.
ARK. EXrilANOE REMTACH AM,
Corner state and rjien ct.eett.
CHaRLEV AilxiR. Propri etor.
A El MA SfcttirMU NACHINKSi,
C V. The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 2 Opera
House. W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. '
Rll . tllJB VIA iV CO..
Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Platedware, Spectacles, i.e.. No. 11 Eat Town
(Suoessors ta Wm. Blynnl dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, Silvei Ware and Spec
tacles. No. 3 Neil Honre.
FA. or E LE'4II-.KEFX,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
Clacks and Jewelro No. 71 South High street
AM'tiorr tsicos. Ac co.,
W holesale Dealers in Dry Uoods and notions.
3 and 4 Gwynoe Block. Town street.
REEO. JONES Ac CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Brett
and Sboes. No. 8 Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICE - IS HEHEBY GIVEN TO
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organized and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking '.ompany at the city oi Cleveland,
Obio.under an set of the Geceral Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
be State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 34tb, 1845. being desirous
oi relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to that end has. in pursuanoe of the statutes of the
said rotate of Ohio in such ease made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer of State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and hate provided means aDd
given security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio lo- the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation st the office of the National City Bank
of t leye and. at the said city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located. .
Done by order ot the Board of Directors of the
CitvBankof Cleveland, July 9th, l68,
LEMUEL WlCK. President,
-dllawoin -1 --
BANK OF COMMERCE,
Cleveland, May 32, 1868.)
NOTICE ISHEKEB1T GIVEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes of the late
Bank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that after the expimtion of six months from this
date, application will be made to the Auditor, Sec
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to raid
Bank the str cks deposited to secure tbe outstanding
circulation ol said Bank in pursuance of the forty
first (41) section of the act to authorise Free Bank
ing, passed March 21st. 1851. ,
JOSEPH PERKINS. President -
H. R. HrjRLBUT. Cashier. uiaySa d6in
The Sisters of St. MaryV,
OF THE SrlllSGS, RECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacions building for the reception of pupils on
tbe first Monday iu September, 18B8. For Board and
Tuition. 75, 85 and 90. acoording to tbe de
partment of thep'ipil. SR. ROaE, Sup't.
Addrecs Box S61. au3-dtf
THE PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BY
Rudolph Kioklv, on the National road, east of
Blind Aeylatn. consisting of a double brick house,
stable slaughter bouse and outbuildings, and one
acre .Ld. half of around.
ootT-odiro., j .j . .lW.tast Friend street.
Indiana Sure for Seymour and
i There U not a doubt as to the ability of
tbe Democracy to triumph In Indiana on
the 3J of November. Were there such
doubt, the following from the Indianapolis
Sentinel should dispel it:
An Important Fact. Let Democrats
remember that la October, 1864, we were
beaten by 20,883 ninjority. Yet, in the fol
lowing November, despite the most dis
couraging rirctimstiince?, and the absolute
certainty of .Mr. Lincoln's election, we
wore only beaten 20,189 a gain if nearly
700. The same gain now would nive Indi
ana to Seymour and Blair next November!
NVe can make a much bisrjter jfain. The
Hidical scalawags and ruffians who came
by the thousands into this State, from Illi
nois, Michigan, Missouri, aye, some of them
from Connecticut and even Massachusetts,
and voted last Tuesday, have returned
home. They will have their hands full to
t ike care ol rbelr own States in November.
They cannot help their Indiana friends
Friends! be upanddoinz! The day is
not lost. The Rudioal slain fourteen
thousand ot them attest the trreat victory
you won last Tuesday. Another crushing,
thundering, flushing charge all along the
line, and Indiana is yours beyond a doubt
Arrest of Judge Dickinson.
E. F. Dickinson, eleeted.by the Copoer-
hexdiv over' General Gibson, hasireen ar
rested for being implicated in one ot the
most glaring and infamous irauds commit
ted at the late election. In his capacity as
Probate Judge of Sandusky county, he is
sued a large number ot false naturaliza
tion papers, the total nutnberof which, ac
cording to the Cleveland Leader, of yester
day, cannot be estimated, but some three
hundred have already been discovered.
The Leader says:-"It is susceptible ol
proof that these bogus certificates of nat
uralization were signed iu blank by the
hundred, and sent to leading Democrats in
every county in the District to be fi led out
by them and given to any foreigner who
would vote tor Dickinson ! This is most
glaring, wholesale and outrageous fraud.
and it demands the promptest action in in
vestigating and punishing it.' ... -
The lawot the case is as loiiowg (uun-
lop's laws of the United States, 17801860.
p. 495) :
tKC. 13. That it any person shsll falsely
nvike, forge, counlerleit. or cause or pro
cure to be falsely made, forged or counter
feited, any certificate or i-viueiice ol citi
zenship referred to in this act, orshull pass.
utter, or use as true, any false eertihVate of
citizenship, or shall make sale or dispose ot
any such .certificate to any person other
than the person to whom it was originally
issued, and to whom it may of right belong,
every such person shall be deemed and ad-
udged guilty ol lelony : and on being con
victed thereof by due course of law shall
be sentenced to be imprisoned and be kept
at hard labor lor a period of not less than
three nor more tnau five vears, or be hued
in a sum not less thau $500, nor more than
$1,000 . - -
It is uner this section that Judge Dick
inson has been arrested, and will be tried.
If convicted, zhe will pass the next two
years at Coluuibii3 inftead nf Washington.
Eiven if he escapes imprisonment, it will
be for Congress to say whether a man con
nected with such frauds as this is fit to leg
islate for the country. Springfield Adver
tiser. The following; editorial from the Cleve
land Plain Dealer of the 20ih, is a sufficient
answer to the faregoing :
' No charge has been made or warrant is
sued tor Mr. Dickinson. He was in this city
all dav yesterday, attending the Commis
sioner's Court, under subiieua as a wit
A White Man Killed by a Negro.
On Thursday evening of last week, as
some of our citizens were returning home
from the great Democratic mass meeting
and procession, the negroes in the upper
end ot the city threw stones at the wagons.
and struck stveral persons and Sfverely
hurt an aged man by the name of 1'innev
Some of the people assailed, called tor help.
and a meiee ensued in which Mr. Albert
Almoid was shot by a mulatto, named
Wash viney, and mortally wounded. II
died nrxt day. The testimony In regard to
the flirfijiilty is somewhat confiictiiig, but
it seems to be a well established fact that
Viney was drunk, and was nourishing his
pistol, aud swearing that he would kill
some white sun ot a b - before night.
Almond's dying testimony clearly fastens
the deed upou V iney, as does also the testi
mony of two other witnesses. The indig
nation of a large number ol our citizens
was liiteuscand some of the more hasty and
impulsive were lor immediately lynching
the n-gto, but wiser counsel prevailed, and
law and order was preserved, for which we
xive due credit to Marshal L-ingW and his
as-iHants. On Wednesday last, v iney had
an examination before Mayor Damrou, and
was bound over to c.iuit for trial, under
bonds ol $2 000, which he gave, and is now
at large. We deprecate the course pur
sued by certain Republicans, in trying to
make a political allatr out of this unfortu
nate occurrence. Every good citizen isiu-
teristed In seeing justice done, and he who
'hrough party splrk aims to excuse the
guilty is not a good citizen. The lying
charge made by the Journal that the
'crowd," as he calls the procession, were
drunk, we repel as an insult, not only to
every rc-pectable citizen in that proces
sion, but to the friends of the deceased.
That, the negro was drunk we believe,
and that there was some drunkenness
about the saloons we are aware, but not
near so much as there was the week previ
ous at the Republican meeting in propor
tion to numbers. Toe whole allatr, in
our judg-mcnr,wasonly the legitimate fruits
of UepuDlican teaching and practice in
trying to force the negro to the ballot box
tn defiance ot law, and the voice ot a ma
jority of the people. Galltpolis Dispatch.
Throwing Out Votes.
The Radicals in Richmond, in order to
elect Julian, threw out the south poll of
that city, me iacts, as we understand
them, are these: There was formerly but
one voting precinct in Richmond, and the
registration was made only for this poll
But it was clearly percentible that with one
poll all the voters would not have a chance
to vote, bo the tanicai county Com mis
sioners were convened and another voting
precinct created,. known as the south poll,
and a Radical inspector and judge appoint
ed. This registry list was sent them. All
this was the. work of tbe Radicals them
selves, and yet they have actually had the
audacity to throw out this poll, established
by themselves, and swindle the people
there out of their votes in order to place
Julian in a position for which the people
had defeated him! 13 there no sham- no
sense of decency in the Radical leaders?
The ground upon which the south poll
was throwu out is, that there had been no
separate registry ot the voters in it, but
the same logic womu turow out. iiianortn
poll, for there was no separate registry of
the voters in it. aub registry was lor uotn
precincts. If one is thrown out,' so ought
the other. The south poll gave over 200
Democratic majority, x lie north poll gave
over 1.000 Radical majority. To throw out
both would prooatily elect Mr. Hendricks,
as well as Judge Reid. In their anxiety to
send Julian back to Congress, the Rads
have started a question that may not end
verv satisfactory to them.
We understand that legal steps will be
taken m the matter. Indianapolis Sentinel
The Radicals'in West Virginia have a
new source of trouble. They imagined
they could assist their Ohio Radical friends
on the 13th by sending over a large impor
tation of voters into Belmont, Washington,
Athens, Gallia, Meigs Lawrence and Sci-
rtn counties: out they nave discovered
that their beloved friends that they sent
Into this state on tnat uay none too much
voting. Their names have all been taken
down, and the "chappies" will be deprived
the pleasure oi vumijc i" cv r irginia un
next Thursday. While these Radical
West Virginians by their votes in Ohio,
elected Bingham, Moore and Wilson, their
being deprived ot their vote on next
Thursday, will elect the gallant Walker.
Radicals will learn. alter a while, when it
is too latp, that honesty is the best policy
in elections as well as in. other matters.
The Result in the Seventh District.
The Springfitld Transcript thus talks
about tbe result ot the eleotion iu the Sev
The Democracy of the District have every
reason to be proud ot the contest. They
have done nobly, and a great deal better
than any District in the State. The same
proportionate gains in other Districts
would have given the State to us. All honor
to the Democrats of i ranklln county for
this. They gained 409 oyer last year's vote.
in Clarke tuo Kepuoncans gain yi. out it
was done altogether by the increased negro
vote. Democracy could make no headway
against them, although they increased their
vo e very largely.
in three wards ot tins city tub negroes
voted for the first time, all of whom were
challenged, but swore their votes in, the
judges declaring they could not go behind
the oath, though believing as some ex
pressed themselves that the negroes were
committing perjury. In the Second Ward
tbe Student voting law was totally disre
garded. We presume that there might be
some arrests made in that locality for this
action. It would seem singular tnat a law
declared constitutional and enforced in
Massachusetts and Connecticut can be vio
lated with impunity in this State. In
Greene township, although tbe Democrats
very nearly doubled their vote over ia9t
year, there is still a Radical gain of 10
negroes we suppose.
rne Democracy ot uiarice county never
worked harder or better, but all to no pur
Dose. Take out the Increase in the negro
vote over previous years, and the Radical
majority in this county Is very little over
1.000. Republicans, who appear at other
times to be tairiDlnded men, took malicious
delight in bringirig'out the negroes to the
polls and driling them to answer correctly.
Never again shall we say naught against
Xenia or Greene county on the score of
negro suffrage, for Springfield ana Clarke
county bave become their equal.
[From the Warren Constitution.]
We give full official returns of this coun
ty. showing the vote of each township, in
1SC0. '67 and '68. Our own vote in Warren
was the largest the Democrats ever gave
since we have lived in the township. To a
straneer. it might appear that in Warren
our relative strength had diminished since
last rear, but such is but appearance, some
thirty new voters have been added by the
recent annexation oi part oi tne territory
of llowland. Five of our voters were from
home, three did not attend, and . one who
did attend, a drinking man, was "spirited
into voting, by a Radical, with tbe majority.
So that the real gain in Warren was enough
to bave carried the State by 25 OjO if all
the townships had done as wen Lioras
town did as well, and so did.Mecca, Weath'
ersfield. BrooUfield and several other town
ships. .The increase of the opposition,
grows out of the numerous welch miners,
in tbe coal regions, and the fact that they
vote genarally with their employers own
er: of the furnaces and coal banks. There
Is nothing in tbe vote of Tr'imbull county
to dishearten any Democratic or national
conservative. Striking as they do every
time for liberty, regulated by law, with ius-
tice and right, and all the intellect and in
tesrritv of the old nartv while the war was
on hand, they should feel, and they do leel,
that it is their duty to meet nadicais ou
every occasion of ballotting, to defeat the
mad men and their bad schemes, and put
forth their whole strength to hurl thein
lrom power, and plat e in their stead wiser
aud more honest mer. The only regret of
all truly Luton men is that we cannot try
the thing over once a month if necessary,
to defeat them in their revolutionary plots.
Uuion men know and feel that disfranchis
ing white men and placing negroes over
them, must end In devastation, strite, dis
order, anarchy, blood shed and the most
horrid ot all wars, and that here in the
North the calamities will sooneror later
Friday night of last week was advertised
for the Grant Guards, carpet-baggers,
scalawags and others "trooly loll" to meet
and jollify over victory. They were to have
a big time in marching around the city
through the streets named in the pro
gramme. Illuminations were requested.
but the request was scantily complied with
Money was expended in rockets, pow
der aud a bonfire, but the crowd didn't
come.' It was the smallest street meet
ing of the political campaign. Thev
had the most meagre turn out of the
Grant Guards of the season. Perhaps as
the election was over they didn't hire as
many men to carry lamps. It was a good
while before they could get enough to
getlier to compose their funeral looking
procession. It appeared to be rather a sol
emu occasion; tor the loss of Impeacher
Ashley. Tiuet Gibson, Covone, .luluui, and
other Radical Congressmen in Ohio, tenn
sylvanU and Indiana, and the close and
uncertain contest on State tickets in these
States, together with the splendid Demo
cratic triumph in this county and Ju ii-
cial District, appeared to weigh heavily
on their minds. From a bran new trans
parency, the only one got up for the oc
casion, it looked as though thtir only real
triumph was the election of David Wise as
Justice of the Peace. A professional omee
seeker named Worden undertook to cheer
them up by telling tfiem to cheer. Every
thing was rather taintly done, worden
was verdant eno tgh in his speech to try
to persuade a belief in the little crowd that
the Democrats were about to run Chase in
stead of Seymour for President. He said
the Democratic party was dead; but rallied
the Republicans to tight the "corpse" on
Presidential election day. "Well, it Grant
should be elected, perhaps Worden will be
re-appointed U. o. Collector, tl. c. Hedges
Esq., saw that the audience was very sum,
and dismissed them. Sliiela ana Manner.
The Last Radical Outrage.
On lact Monday uight the hall of the
Young Men's Democratic Club was lit
ud and occupied by them and the Demo
crats generally. That ot the Grant Club
oonosite. was also lit up and occupied by
them. The "loil" and "let us have peace"
Grant supporters made two murderous at
tacks upon the Democrats assembled in
their ball, tired through the windows and
crushed them in with showers of stones
and brickbats. The hre was Anally re
turned, and a number of the exasperated
Democratic boys entered their hall when
the valiant "Fighting Boys in Blue," who
had demonstrated their " Let us Dave
neace" proclivities, bv firing into and
throwing brickbats into a crowded hall ot
peaceable Democrats, clambered upon the
roof of their building, pulling the ladder
up after them. We wish this murderous,
cowardly and infamous proceeding to be
generally known among the "Let us have
peace" men throughout the county. The
outrage made for the Democratic ticket
twenty or twenty-five votes in Greenville
township, on Tuesday, and sucn ought to
be its effect throughout the county on the
3d of November. Greenville Democrat.
The Last Radical Outrage. Hancock All Right-Democratic
The Last Radical Outrage. Hancock All Right-Democratic Majority 397-A Gain of 60.
The Democracy of Hancock have done
their duty, and have elected tneir ticket oy
a maioritv of 307. being a Democratic gain
ot 60. They did this in an honest square
fight, while their opponents resorted to
forgery and fraud in their desperate en
deavors to bolster up their sinking cause.
This result shows the importance ot work
ing in a campaign, and we hope will stimu
late Democrats to renewed efforts and a
greater victory in November. Pusli on
the column, and let your motto be. Never
weary in well doing. Hancock Courier. .
"Hang the Herald," was the cry of the
World lor a few weeks. Since the last
named sheet has shown the white feather,
right in front of the enemy, the Democrat
ic party ought to hang it. Down with the
traitorous sheet, whose counsels are those
of cowardice and timidity. "Hang the
World " Plain Dealer.
Thb following announcement lately ap
peared In a paper : "Edward Edgen, paint
er, is requested to communicate with his
brother, when he will hear ot something
to his advantage his wife is dead."
St. Domingo dates to the 9th state that
the Papal Nuncio had arrived. The Gov
ernment is arranging with liira for a sept:
tion between the Church and State.
LAST GRAND DEMOCRATIC RALLY.
HON. GEORGE H. PENDLETON
HON. MILTON SAYLOR,
HON". EOBERr. E. CHAMBERS
Will address the people of Columbus at the
west front of the State House on
Saturday Evening, Oct. 31st,
at 1)i o'clock.
Let the White Boys in Blue, Democrat
ic Clubs Jeffersonian Guards, Hickory
Sprouts and all other Democrats make
their arrangements to attend this meeting.
"Va i v? i
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
Chm'n. Dem. Ex. Com.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
HON. GEORGE H. PENDLETON. HON,
MiLTUJN SAIlAlK AND HON. ROB
ERT E. CHAMBERS
Will address the people as follows :
At HA MILTON. Tuesday, Oct. 27th.
At URBAN A, Wednesday, Oct. 28th.
At WAP4KONETA. Thursday.Oot. 29th.
At TIFFIN. Friday. Oct. 30th.
At COLUMBUS, Saturday. Oct. 31st.
HON. A. G. THURMAN, GEN. DUBBIN
WARD AND HON. D. J. CALLEN.
Will speak at
DELAWARE, Tuesday. October 27th .
l"Ni'AS'l'Eli. Wednesday. Octo'er 2th.
NEWARK, Tlnrfoay, OctoterSO h.
WOOSTE 4. Friday. Oitober 30t h
CLEVELAN II, Saturday. October 31st.
HON. P. VAN TRUMP, HON. FRANK
H. HURD AND HON.T, J. GODFREY
Will speak at -
HILLSBOROUQrT. Tusdav. October 17th.
PORTSMOUTH, Thursday, October S9th.
MARIETTA. Suturday, October 31st. ,
GEN. GEORGE W. MORGAN AND HON
CHILTON A. WHITE,
Will speak at .
ST. CLA1RSVILLE. Tuesday, Oct. 97th.
N W LISBON, Thursday. ct. 29th.
WAR .EN, Saturdiy, October 31st.
GEN. GEORGE W. McCOOK
. Will speak at
WAPAKONETA. Thursday. October 29th.
Tlr'FIN.F'iday. Ootober 30ub.
TOLEDO, with Hon. R. P. Kanuey and Hon.W.D.
Hill; Saturday, October 31st-
HON. HUGH J. JEW EIT. nON. L. R.
CRITCHFIELD. COL. JOHN" M. CON
NELL AND HON. ROBERT BRIGGS
Will speak at
CINCINN ATL Saturday, Oot. 3Ut.
HON. HENRi" CLAY DEAN
Will speak at
TUJCYitUS, OotoVer23i . -
UPPER SAN DUSK. Y. Octnber 24th.
CIROLKVILLK, October 29th.
BAT A VIA. October ;iot:i.
UEOKGCTO A N. Octobe.-3lst.
HON. C. L. VALLANDIGUAM,
Will speak at .
CRESTLINE. Monday. October 26th.
In consequence of prior engagements to
speak In Illinois, Mr. Vallaudlgham will be
unable to speak at the meetings at St.
Clairsville, Kew Lisbon - aud Warren
Another speaker will be assigned in his
W. WEBB. E. F. BINGHAM.
LIST OF LETTERS
LIST OF LETTERS Remaining uncalled for in the Columbus Post-office,
October 21, 1868.
Anderson Mrs E Anderson J
Adams John Q Agler Sain
Adams Mrs r A
Binkel Dr O
Bltnohard T C
Perrigan Miss C
Bakey Miss E
Badger Thi s O
Brown John A
Bernard John S
Harry P A
Busker D W O
Brown Mrs Ester
Carpenter E M fouser James W
Clark Mrs J F CouloiJohn
Cross Mis L Curran Aiar
Clark Miss Mag ChrUman Mary
Clayfall Thos Carpenter W E
Drake Mrs C C Darst C W Dares Miss Josc
Dinan Mrs Mary ItarrinMrsMary phine
Dill PhitamanJ Day Robt - Dame Mrs R
Drake W P
Eakin Mrs Ella Eg'er Mrs Helen Eraus Jas (col'J)
.raus Miss jane
Green A W 2
Parris Mrs A
Hudnleson C (2)
Huffman Mrs J
Fisher Jno C Flowers Miss
Fish W W Maria
Goodson J N Grooves John
Giunore tfrs'iIaryG-iilagherMao L
-Jay Miss R L Garwood Sam
Gruuder Wui ,
Ileadlcy Aaron TIarf A T
Hodgson Miss C Henry Chas W
Harris D Hill Mum Eva
Huff nan Mr E Hapgood Mrs II B
Huuitins H D Miil Henry
Heprard J 11 Hnrrii Jus C
Hicks Mrs Mary Il,rrs MrsMaggie
Barns Mrs alag t Hunt a
Johnson A Johnson Charles Johnttom Emily
jinains ieo r, ennirgi Li jacoos ruia
Jaoobs Mrs Thos Jones Jno W J nes S D
Jones Thomas M
Kennady John Kert Jno E Kerns John
KneewatcrMrsMKelley P U Kelly T
King W H -2i
Leasnre Mi'sA Lewis A Act Lewi9 Henry L
l.auffer ike Ler.-y Mark A Lakin Miss M M
iawrence.irsALAi,imana aeison Aienmers m a.
Martin Prof Moors A H Murphy Mrs C
Milliket Cary Mehan Miss K Morris C H
Moore Mis L Meekes Mrs H EMetun Geo
Messenger G B Motberal Gen Magruder B C (2)
Moore J a. Mitchell Ms J Morton Jas rl
Mortiman James Mail ef John Miers Joseph
Morris John Morion M Mills J
May Miss Susie Maning Thos Motberal W G
McGnireJB McOinnis H McAkhnlun J
MoxabanJE McEliam Lib McGuffoy Miss M
tctlroy win Aiuaneeky m Aiiuer Air u ai
Niron Rosey Niicn Robt
Phelber Miss C
Peck J no B
Padgitt P 2
Roberts Miss A
Ross Mrs 0
Ram burgh Jno
. Robertou Mrs S
Ofra Miss Rachel
Prentice E J Patterson Jas
J'ennel Mrs L W rratt Feter
Rice B F
Kjmes Mis E
Rrmer Miss Cal
Richison Jos M
Rogers Tompsou Rackmau W H
Steaphens D P
Stewart Jos B
Suddler L F
Shoof Mis R
Sui.th Mrs M
Sharpe Rev A Sheal A
Siokels 1 E hummer F
Swderjubn Sterens J
Shutt Mi-s Al Simpson Robt
Sued S S Shook U K
Stewart W H btowffor W m
Thompson F W Taylor F "
Tillev Miss J Trent James
Tappins S Teneyok vY in
Tyvars C A
Trent Miss M
Tailor W M
Yincert Mrs JAS
Wright Mrs C We'tervilieChas Wakemsn C E
Wean Miss Kate Warner D WalleyMrsEliza
Walker E Wilson Geo Warner Henry 2
Walling HH Waters Henry Wing James
Weckerly L West Mrs Maria Westervelt Mrs
Wall M Walters Mis Sal- Mattie
Williams JH lie W m , Williams A K
Williams C M. WiiliauuGWash White John W
Williams Mrs Anna y
Young James M Yost John
Colland Morrison it Co Cheslnp Dr. J T A Co
Connor M A Co Donaldson Geo A Co
Hopkins & Milton Hough & Van Stoke
Hoffman J A Son l.angdpn J A Urn
MoUoush J A Co P.vne W T A J W
Riley A Sargent Spenoor A Abbott
JULIUS J. WOOD, P. M.
7o all vchom it may concern :
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Columbus O., Sept. 11. lHoa.t
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
makinx the following improvements, to wit :
For repaying the sidewalks in front of property
numbered nineteen West Broad street
Also, to construct a twelve inch stone pipe sewer
on Seventh street from a point opposite the north
line of W. C. Brown's lot on Brovi street to a point
opposite the north line of the first alley north of
Broad street eat of Seventh street.
(Also, for constructing stone arch culvert of snoh
dimensions as may be required, across Broad street
whera the proposed ditch crosses the same near
A No. to establish tbe boundary line of Park street
between North Public Isne and the brm'ge over
the V. V,. & I C. Railway, and to erect marks at
cuch points as the same may be easily known.
Also, for gracing and paving the unpavad side
walks, gutters and ornsoints, and grading and grav
eling the roadwa v of Walnut alley from Fair alley
west to Front street.
Tbe same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared bythe CityCivilEngineer
and filed in tbe office of the City Clerk.
AH persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing, on o
before the 1 hiny-first flay of Octnber. A. I). 1868.
L. E. WILSON.
eepl7-dltaw4w City Clerk.
Jo all whom it may dticern :
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, I
Coi.UMBCS. O.. So t. 28. 1368.1
Notice is hereby given that proceedings bave been
instituted in the City Council of Coluni tins for mak
ing the following improvements, towu :
Ii or grading aud paving the unptvei sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on Third street from Hickory
alley to North street;
Also, for araditig and paving the unpaved side
walks, gutters and crossing! on the south side of
North street, from Third street to Fourth street;
Also, for grading and paving the guttersand cross
ings and graveling the sikewalks and grading the
roadway on Mohawk street, from South Public lane
to Sjoimore street.
Also, for crading and repaving the sidewalk and
gutter and oro'sins on Rich street, in front of Lot
No. 6 of Dennison's suhdivigianof outlet No. 39;
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
Chapel street, from Fair alley to Front street;
Also, for grading and paving the gutters and
ourbingon thesontn side of Chapet street and for
graveling the roadway from High street to Fair
A so, for buildirg a double row flag crossing
across Linn alloy at the east side of High s'reet:
The same to be done in accordance with the plats
and estimate) to be prepared by the Citv Civil Engi
neer, and Gled in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are reanired to file their
claims in the. office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
oerore vue aig-ueentu uay 01 noveuioer. a. xj
L. E WILSON,
ortS dltaw4w City Clerk.
To all whom it may Concern :
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. !
Columbus, O., Sept. 21, 1888.)
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the. City Council of Columbus, for
m&MUK fcuc toiiowiug i-uiproveuienis. 10-wit : ;
For reDavins the gutters and resetting the enrb
ing on the west aula of Seventh street between
rnend street and Kicb street.
Also, for paving tbe unpaved sidewalks on -the
east I'd. of riltb street betweeo Kich street aud
also. Tor grading and graveling Chapel street
from Uizh street tj Fair allev.
Also, for gradiug the roadway of Hamlet street
north from the C. C. A C. railroad depot to the line
The same tn be done in accordance with olat and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and nied lnmeouicffot tueuityuierK.
All persons olatmins damages on account, of said
proposed improvements, are reanired to file t-heii
claims in theofiice of t ie Clerk, in writing, on or
before the seventh day of November. A. U. 1H18.
sep"4-dltaw4w City Clerk
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4 IVY BOOKS. IlA17(nFS. SUFRT
rV MUSK!. Ac, tht you wish to bave
bmiuri iu a nice firm bindimr. proinDtlv. at low
pricoa? Books sent for and returned to ny part of
thecity bv giving notice through poatefnee, or at
Franklin Steam Bdijk Bindery
BL&.NK BOOK MANUFACTORY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
Rooms 34, 36, 38 Ifortli Rlsrh Street
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', aid Statesman
ctcara mating otcoes.) -BLANK
OF every descriptirn and quality, from the hi best
to the lowest, ; riutea it aesired, raiei una bound
to any requirod pattern, aud superior workuiar sbip,
at tne lowest prices.
Orders fr-m unty Officers, Banks. Merchant?
nd nil OffiesM rcanrii.e StiniUOR It LANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per
a our patronago respectfully solicited.
IV. W. LUFATOR,
SXE3SRT & LILLE Y,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
PRINTERS. BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Special att-ntion paid to manufacturing first class
of every description, with or without printed Head
COUNTT OFFICERS MERCHANTS. M ANFfACTl'REKS
B AUREUS, KAILUOAP COMPANIES. AC.
AXe" Full set.-i of Books rcsdo on short notice,
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
aprll eoi.ly COLUMBUS, OHIO.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. LESQUEREuX
IMPORTERS AND DEALKKtJ IN :
W AT C II E S ,
. PsL,.4.TE WARE,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on band a large assortment of
Sstb Thoniaa' and Waterburv Cloche,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
"ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch Glass
es (French and Geneva) in full supply at
49 All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
F. A. A L. LESQUEREUX.
feKU-eollr No 71 South HUh St.. Colu ubus.
WATCHES, CLOOEtS.J EWELK V,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac,
173 South H:gh street. Columbus. O. Repairing
carefully dune anl warranted. m.i7-eodtiin
ST. JAtViES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, near Main, ..,
HENRY P. ELIAS, - .- - - Proprietor.
THIS POPULAR HOOSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travtl, is the most desiriable stopping
place for persons visii ing tbe oitv. No pains will
be soared to make the stiv ot euests nlea?ant in
every particular. niyli-doco
T. ALLEN, Agent.
WllCONTlKOB THE COAL, BUS1.
NE.-iS at his present stand,
tv.- 13S Worth II ish street.:
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE' and
HOCKING COAL, whioh he is prepared to sell at
CUe luwwou iu.i.v, .-".- ,., . . ' -
Br hpeciaiauemiou paia to BBirping.
mySO-eodtf i i
The attention of the Trade is called to the superi
or Block ot
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS,
Just received ndf sale by
NEVINS I MYERS
38, 38 & 40 NOBIS IGO ST., -r
C O LU M s uz:
Oar stock comprises a full line of
Writing, , J
Colored and. .
: Print Paperse
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We have a fullatook of ; .f t'2
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Of all siaes'and varieties, which will be sold at' the
- Itowest market rates., , , . r. ,i ;
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I"EVI'W Ac RIVERS.
Auditor of State's Certificate
18 TO TBE BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OF THE
COIVIIXESTAL IXSLRAXCE CO.
OF NEW YORK. '
JT0R THE YEAR ESD12W DECEMBER SI. 18CT.
Capital fully paid up
Amount of available assets.
CERTIFICATE FOK PCIIL CATION.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,)
Departmant of Insurance.
Coiuhbus. 0-, lebruary 13, 1068.)
' It is hereby certified. That the Coniinen-al (Fire)
Insurarce Comoany, located at New York, in tbe
Stateof New York. has complied, in all respects,
with the laws of this State relating to such Insur
ance Comnanie.', fur the current year, and has filed
in this Office a sworn Statement, by tbe proper
Officers, showing its condition and business, at the
date of such statement, as follows:- ....
' Amount of actual paid-up Capital...... t5o0.P00 CO
Aggregate amount of available assets. . . -l.lA.&SO 31
Aggregate amount of Liabilities, inc.
Re-insura-iee S81.ins 9J
Amount o' income for the pre eding year 80l,C8o 10
Amruut of expenditures fi r the preced
ing year 081.443 47
In witness whoroof. I have hereunto subscribed
mr name, and caused the tScal of my
I SEAL. Office to be affixed, the day and year above
written. -. . .-i
' JA. H. GODMAN. Auditor of State.
,, By Jas, Williams, Chict Clork.
Geo. F. O'flarra & Co., Agents,
. (Nacghton Bloca), ... j
AS TO TBS BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OF THE
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMP'Y,
OF SAN FHUNCISGO, CAL
CERTIFICATE FOB PUBLICATION.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.)
Department of Insurakcb,
CoLfMBCS. Sept. 19ch. lws.)
It is hereby certified, That the Pacini Insurance
Company, located at Sid Francisco, in the Btateof
California has complied, in all respects, with tbe
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com
panies, for the current year, and has filed in tnis
office a sworn statement, by tbe proper officers,
showing its eondition and business, at tbe date of
such statement, as follows, gold currency t
Amount of aotual paid up Capital $1,000,000 00
A ggregate amount of avai labia assets. . 1.289,818 09
' Aggregate amount of Liabilities 359,320 83
Amount of income for the preceding --,
year 708.003 70
Amount of expenditures for the pre- .
ceding year 633,585 16
In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscribed
my name, and caused the Seal of my Office
I seal J to be affixed, the day and year above
Cbief Clerk lor Auditor of State.
Geo. F. O'Barra & Co., Agents,
(Nadghton Bloce), "rl
Co In ml us, O.
AS TO TBE BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OF TBI
- ' "i
NORTH BR1TW. & MERCANTILE
isiik a:ce company,
Of London and , Edinburgh.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.)
, Columbus, O., Sept. is, 1808
It is hereby certified. That the North British
and Mercantile lnsnranoe Campany. of London and
Y dinburgh, has comi lied in ail rcspicts with tbe
laws of this State relating to Fire Insurance Com
panies of foreighn Gevernmonts. for the current
year including tne deposit of One Hundred Thou
sand Dollars lor the eeonnty of Policy holders re
Biding in the State of Ooi. and that the sworn
statement of its proper offioers, fiied in this depart
ment shows its condition and business at the data
of such statement (Dec. 31. 1867) as follows .-
Amonntof actual paid upeopilal " 250,000
Aggregate amount of available assets (13 603,803 SS
Aggregate amount of liabilities - 1,749.210
Aniouut of income for the preceding
year..... 3,600,S1S 7
Amount of expenditures for tbe preced-
ing year..' - s-w 866 34
In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscribed
mv name and caused tbe seal of my Office
ISEAL.1 to be affixed the day and year above
JS H. GODMAN. Auditor of State.
' By Jas,. Williams, Chief Cle.k.
. Geo. F. O'Barra & Co.( Agents,
(Naughton Block). - . .,
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